Ormet Circuits Inc. Partners with Restronics in SoCal

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Ormet Circuits Inc., a division of EMD Performance Materials, has announced that it has hired Restronics as its manufacturers’ representative in Southern California. Andy Black, Managing Partner at Restronics, will represent Ormet’s Transient Liquid Phase Sintering (TLPS) pastes and complete line of environmentally-friendly interconnect materials.

Restronics is a consultative OEM sales rep organization that helps educate its customers to improve their processes and productivity. The team provides both valuable end-customer activity and manages distribution channel relationships.

“We’re excited to be working with Andy and his team at Restronics in Southern California. Their deep industry knowledge and substantial client network will be invaluable in helping us to bring these new material innovations to market”, says Matt Wrosch of Ormet.

Restronics has grown to 13 offices with over 28 sales professionals covering the United States. The company’s national structure and centralized marketing resources enable its salespeople to spend more time with end-user customers and less time with non-selling activities.

Black has enjoyed a long and successful career in the electronics industry spending many years in sales and leadership positions at leading San Diego electronics and semiconductor companies, including Qualcomm’s ASIC group, and key component assembly and test companies. 



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